Courtyard Shrine northeast of Main Temple, just inside northern entrance (site 7)

Courtyard Shrine northeast of Main Temple, just inside northern entrance (site 7-1)
Site Number: sci-site007, Local Tradition Associated With Building--Structure--Site: Darshan, Architectural Style: Ram Mandir- Shikhara style, Description Of The Building--Structure--Site: Open courtyard with a rectangular shrine to the west, north of which is a stone platform with a tree. A small temple goes down from that platform., Location: Just inside northern entrance to Main Temple Complex, north of Indra Temple, Approach: Just inside northern entrance to Main Temple Complex, north of Indra Temple, Building-Structural Material And Other: Brick stone, Usage: Darshan, Ownership: Vishnupada Prabandhakarini Samiti Ilake Chaudahasaiya Gayapala -- current head of committee is Shankaralala Pathak (Ghadiwala), Protection Status: Well protected, Present Condition: Disorganized, space needs to be developed to make all statues visible, Conservation Assessment: Temple needs renovation, Vishnu: Western wall: 1. Vishnu in a niche, 16" 8th or 9th century ( worshiped as Sri Narayan) -- Inside chamber: 1. Vishnu, 24", 2. Vishnu, 18", 3. Vishnu, 30", 4. female with Vishnu attributes, 30" (maybe Vaishnavi) --, Shiva: Inside chamber: 1. ekamukha linga, 28", 2. linga, on floor -- At base of tree: 1. Uma-Maheshvara, Devi: Inside chamber: 1. Durga, 26", 2. goddess, Parvati? -- Inside gated shrine: 1. Vindhyavasini, Other gods--goddesses: Beneath tree: 1. saptamatrika panel?
Documentation Sheet of Built Heritage/Site N.M.M.A., Archaeological Survey of India for Courtyard Shrine northeast of Main Templ
Site Number: site007, Monument Name: Courtyard Shrine northeast of Main Temple, just inside northern entrance